Commercial drivers and passengers utilizing Lagos State’s multimillion-naira Oshodi Bus Terminal I have bemoaned the facility’s subpar infrastructure.
The Lagos-Apapa Expressway and the Agege Motor Road are separated by the Oshodi Bus Terminal, which opened for business in May 2019.
It has three terminals: 1, 2, and 3. Terminal 1 is for interstate travel, with stops in Abuja, the South West, and the South East among its destinations.
Each bus terminal is equipped with a variety of amenities, such as loading docks, ticket booths, driver lounges, parking lots, restrooms, and more.
Many passengers has complained about them having poor infrastructure.
The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation’s Permanent Secretary, Abdulhafiz Toriola, responded to a request for comment by saying, “We have a private facility manager, and we always monitor and advise them of our observation. We shall carry on with our ongoing efforts in that manner. We will get in touch with the private facility manager to address the inadequate infrastructure.